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Listed below are links to forms concerning War Disablement Pension and Veterans Pension.
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War Disablement Pension:
Veterans of any war or emergency in which New Zealand has been involved may be entitled to a War Disablement Pension. In addition, ex-servicemen and women suffering from an ailment or disability that may be attributable to service in New Zealand's Armed Forces prior to April 1974 are also eligible to apply for a War Disablement Pension.
Further information on the War Disablement Pension is available on-line from Veterans' Affairs
War Disablement Pension First Time Application Form War Disablement Pension First Time Application Information FormWar Disablement Pension Reassessment and Application For New Conditions FormWar Disablement Pension Claim For Medical Travel Payment
War Disablement pension reimbursment of medical Expenses
Smoking Questionnaire (Veteran)Smoking Questionnaire (Witness)Decision Making Process For War Disablement Pension War Funeral Grant Application Form
> War Funeral Grant Information Form
> War Funeral Grant Assets Assessment Form
> War Funeral Grant Income Assessment Form
Rates of War Disablement Pensions and Associated Allowances
A veteran, who has reached the qualifying age for New Zealand Superannuation, may qualify for a Veteran's Pension if the veteran has served in a recognised war or emergency and is in receipt of a War Disablement Pension of at least 70 percent. A veteran, who has not reached the qualifying age for New Zealand Superannuation, may qualify for a Veteran's Pension if the veteran has served in a recognised war or emergency, and is unable to work for a substantial period due to either a physical or psychological disability.
Veteran's Pension confers an automatic entitlement to a Community Services Card for both the veteran and the veteran's partner.
Further information on the Veterans Pension is available on-line from Veterans' Affairs
.Veterans Pension Information Sheet
Surviving Spouse/Partner Pension:
Surviving Spouse/Partner Pension may be granted to widows/widowers or partners of ex-service people whose death was attributable to their service in the Armed Forces in New Zealand or overseas prior to 1st April 1974. For service after this date, the pension is only payable in respect of service in connection with a war or emergency that has been declared as providing eligibility under the War Pensions Act 1954.
In addition, a Surviving Spouse Pension may be granted to the widowed spouse or partner of an ex-service person who was in receipt of or would have been entitled to receive a permanent War Disablement Pension of not less than 70%.
Further information on the Surviving Spouse Pension is available on-line from Veterans' Affairs.
Surviving Spouse Application Form
Doctors Form For Surviving Spouse
War Pensions Act 1954
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